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Dislodge Food Stuck Esophagus
Call your doctor: Food can get stuck because of allergy in the esophagus (eosinophilic esophagitis) or structural abnormalities. But it also can get stuck from eating quickly without chewing enough. What did the biopsies show? Call your doctor to let him/her know. They may have biopsy results and know more information by now. ...Read more
Dry socket results…: …from loss of the blood clot that forms after the tooth is extracted. That leaves the site exposed to bacteria, food, etc. If you think you have dry socket, see dentist/oral surgeon again to have extraction site packed to prevent infection. If infxn has already begun, expect to be on antibiotics & have further rechecks. Avoid vigorous rinsing of extraction site. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible: An estimated 20 - 60% of patients with gerd have symptoms in throat (hoarseness, sore throat) without any significant heartburn. A failure to diagnose and treat gerd may lead to persistent throat conditions, such as chronic laryngitis, hoarseness, difficulty speaking, sore throat, dry cough, constant throat clearing, and granulomas (soft, pink bumps) on the vocal cords. ...Read more
Dysphagia: "transfer dysphagia" is a problem moving the food bolus from your mouth to the top of the esophagus; "transit dysphagia" is a problem transiting the food down the esophagus. Endoscopic, x-ray, ; motility studies (modified barium swallow with speech therapist; esophageal manometry) may be helpful in identifying the point of pathology ; fixing it. Can be quite serious--so don't ignore please. ...Read more
Can't finish meals, throat gets tight, feels like food stuck, lump in throat, afraid to swallow own saliva when symptoms occur. on Prilosec no relief
Tight throat: It may sound strange but I strongly suggest you set up an appointment to see a Psychologist. He/she will examine you and decide whether to help you with meals etc., or recommend a specialist. Hope all goes well -- please keep me posted. ...Read more
Can't burp: Fundoplication provides a barrier to GERD, but also to vomiting & burping since the lower esophageal sphincter no longer relaxes to let air (or other stomach contents) escape upward from your stomach. Air then accumulates in stomach, resulting in gas & bloating until it can be evacuated into the small bowel. May also see w/achalasia, food impaction, gastroparesis, obstructing tumor, more. Get help ...Read more
4 weeks and can't eat solids. Food get stuck in throat. Feels like there's something there all he time. Food feels stuck in front of throat. Wctb?
Dysphagia: Sounds like you had or have scheduled a barium swallow. That's a great first step for this problem. If that doesn't provide an answer, get a referral to ENT for 'laryngoscopy' of throat and possibly 'esophagoscopy' of food passage. Really can't say what is causing this common symptom without taking a look. ...Read more
Throat or food pipe: Food stuck in the throat is a physical phenomenon that can be caused by a number of factors, such as a throat/swallowing problem or a food pipe problem. A primary care doctor may help figure this out. Food pipe problems best evaluated by a gastroenterologist, swallowing problems best evaluated by an ENT physician (otolaryngologist). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
4 a week feels like something is stuck in throat whn swallowing Small food particles come up Dr thinks its acid Some heartburn w spicy food what is it?
He may be right...: Difficulty swallowing ("dysphagia") can be distinguished as a "transfer" problem (difficulty moving food from mouth to top of esophagus), "transit" problem (difficulty moving food down the esophagus), "spasm", gerd (due to sphincter problems with or without LPR), or obstructive (webs, rings, strictures, ulcer, tumor). Best heed your gastroenterologist's advice for evaluation & treatment. ...Read more
Frequent saliva swallowing, pain below adam's apple when swalliwing saliva but not food, dry throat, pocket of air sensation in throat , belching?
See MD: Swallowing problems with belching and possible heart burn or throat soreness, may be a result of gastric reflex or hiatal hernia issues. Can be very damaging to esophagus. Maybe treated with simple meds. See your physcian to determine cause or referral to specialist. Better to know than worry about what can happen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: But not a good idea. Hopefully swallowed foreign objects will pass without incident. ...Read more
Stomach gurgling, liquid moving, someone's abrupt sound, esophagus tingling, saliva in throat mouth, feelings of digestion. Drank water, inside ok?
Reflux likely: Sounds to me like reflux. Take some malanta or maalox initially and see if it resolves. The symptoms should improve. You can also try tums (calcium carbonate). Ideally you should try to stay away from foods that cause reflux like coffee, chocolate, acidic foods, tomatoes etc.. Also, try not to eat a lot before bed. Give yourself 3 hrs to let the food settle before bed. Good luck! ...Read more
Food (apple peel) stuck in my throat. tried eating/drinking to clear with no use. which food can push it down? getting hard to breathe/swallow saliva.
3 large tori in toof of mouth sometimes cause choking on food, difficulty swallowing or breathing, or trap food. What specialists remove tori? Risks?
Oral Surgeon: Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery requires additional 4-6 years of hospital-based surgical and anesthesia training after graduation from dental school with DDS or DMD degree. They perform surgeries and manage a wide variety of problems relating to the oral cavity, teeth and facial regions. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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